Here at Gizmodo, we love fun facts. But we think they've been treated pretty poorly on the internet. Too much of the trivia passing through our Twitter and Facebook streams is filled with lies. So we're starting a new site that hopes to fix some of that. It's called Factually.
We debunked a lot of fake viral photos this year. Eighty-six, to be exact. And that doesn't even include all those fake toilet photos from the Sochi Olympics, those fake Ebola cures, and all the lies that UberFacts helped spread. It was a busy year for fakes.
For instance, did you believe: